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sought after beauties strutting their stuff. rob: better not shoplift anything. one girl wearing the 2-million-dollar fantasy this year 6,000 gemstones over 350 hours to make. heather: okay. have a great day. rob: okay. i won't say anything. bye. [explosion] >> it is official, president trump declares north korea a state sponsor of terrorism. >> this just continues to tighten the pressure on the kim regime. >> we lost a border patrol officer and another one was brutally beaten. >> i think americans have had enough. they elected a president to secure the border. >> bombshell reports the fbi informant at the center of this case gathered years and years of evidence. >> there is over 5,000 documents which include emails, briefs of russia's intentions to acquire uranium one. >> why won't you say thank you to the president.
>> if somebody does something for you, you say thank you. >> somebody did something for you. >> i'm embarrassed for that father that he didn't have the decency to say thank you, mr. president. >> a federal judge in california has permanently blocked president trump's executive order defunding sanctuary cities. [explosion] ♪ ♪ ♪ what's you trying to do. steve: it is a tuesday, kind of like a wednesday. tomorrow is wednesday. everybody is off on thursday. it's the shortest workweek day of the entire calendar.
ainsley: i'm thrilled because we have a cornucopia here. i have been dying to use that word. brian: what makes it a cornucopia? steve: the copia part. ainsley: what's the copia part. brian: corn, copia makes it a cornucopia. if you flipped on the news yesterday, you know it's almost impossible to write down the news as fast as it is coming out and reiterate the news. i watched shannon bream's show last night. ainsley: you were up late. brian: i lifnsd to the repeat on the way in. steve: did it change? brian: a lot of times her show is blowing up. i saw five new stories i didn't even know about that were on at 11:00 that couldn't even fit into laura's show. steve: there is so much going on. on this very busy wednesday. we know one of the reasons president trump was elected president was his promise to build the wall on our southern border.
because a lot of people feel we simply are not safe. well, now as it turns out, the very latest on those two border patrol agents who were, it sounds like they were ambushed on saturday into sunday. it sounds like after they were notified by their border patrol agents handling them in the big ben sector of texas there is activity going on over there with illegals. they fount footprints and they started following them. and then apparently they were ambushed. ainsley: let me tell you about this individual who ultimately gave his life for our country. his dad said i would tell him, son-in-law, that job is too dangerous. but he would say dad, it's the job i like. i want to defend my country from terrorists. i want to prevent terrorists and drugs from coming into the country. he loved his job and his dad said he died serving our country. he had an 11-year-old son. he was engaged to be married. he was assigned to the big ben sector and he was a
border patrol agent for four years. brian: we don't know the name of the other border patrol agent struggling for his life right now. steve: absolutely. brian: we do know martinez, he goes by roger. we do know he was beaten with rocks. here's the president. he has more details than we have. but he is angered, horrified, and saddened. >> you heard we lost a border patrol officer just yesterday and another one brutally beaten and badden, badly hurt. looks like he'll make it. but very, very badly hurt. and we talk about the wall. we're going to have the wall. it's part of what we're doing. we need it. that's rough territory. that's where the drugs are coming in. brian: they say that's the area that the landscape makes it -- you don't want to build a wall in that area.
only 1%. very mountainous. only 1% of people crossing there get through. only 1% of the crossings come through there man, someone tell these guys they can't get through because of natural boundaries. ainsley: vanhorn area known for drug activities. they would found in like n. a ravine 14-foot culvert both of these individuals. the guy who survived says he doesn't remember anything. they both had extremely traumatic head injuries. steve: blunt force trauma. presumed someone beat them in the heads with rocks. robert hire brian terry's cousin he was a border patrol agent who was killed. he made it very clear why the message of the wall is so important. watch this. >> you know, it's a violent, violent environment. very kinetic just as we saw with brian terry. those harmed rip crews were
professional criminals that came and went back across the border time and time again to do one thing. and that was create violence on the american side of the border. it's a very, very violent environment on the border. and i think americans have had enough. they elected a president to secure the border. steve: and now they are trying to figure out who did this. the state of texas has offered a $20,000 reward. brian: we have been telling you about uranium one and this has been the story. democrats come out and say it's no big deal it's a distraction because of the mueller investigation. that's what the trump people are putting out. republicans say this has been a big deal for two years you have just been ignoring it. so far push and pull. canadian company who licensed the russians to be able to dig for uranium in our country. had to be approved by a bunch of people, including attorney general eric holder. now it turns out there is more to this story that leads one to believe that the russians had a master
plan. and that is get as much uranium out of this country as possible. steve: the whole idea was for the russians to corner the markets of american uranium to make us reliant on the russians. and john solomon and jeff carter both great investigative reporters. got information about this of it fbi informant. his name is william campbell. he saved thousands of memos and so now what they are able to do is put the story together. here is sara last night on the channel. >> there is over 5,000 documents which include emails, briefs, other documentation, memorandum is that true informant had turned over to the fbi and justice department. and within these documents it's very evident of russia's intentions to enter the american market, energy market. and their intentions to acquire uranium one. brian: got to hear from this informant. i guess he hasn't been feeling well. he is going to decide, his information, where this story goes. steve: he has got a lot of
it. some of the things that have been revealed in their reportage over the last 24 hours, "the washington post" got it wrong. uranium one actually has exported uranium from this country. actually, the fbi had evidence of corruption before the obama administration approved the sale. and then when the fbi informant heard about that he said, wait a minute, i have got the goods on this. there was a lot of bribery involved. how could the government let that go through? he was told by his fbi handler, politics. ainsley: russia would do anything to corner the american market on uranium. brian: now let's go to politics and sports and keep it in politics. lavar ball has been traumatizing the sports world really since his son emerged prominent basketball player first round draft pick of the los angeles lakers. so now his other sons are at ucla and one of which was caught shoplifting with two others. and you know detained in china. lavar ball is a clown. and he is absolutely
somebody that, yeah, he seems to have done a great job with his sons, but every time he hops in front of the microphone i don't understand if he is this really insane or just pretending to be insane to get more attention on himself. yesterday, we saw lavar ball bring his act to another news network when asked why he went after the president and would not thank the president for helping his son avoid years in prison. listen. >> how do you know -- how do you know he wasn't involved before i even knew that he didn't know they was over there like that. what was the reason for him going over there in the first place. >> what are you trying to say? >> it wasn't like he was in the u.s. and said okay, there is three kids in china, i need to go over there and get them. >> okay. >> that wasn't the thought process. okay? >> all right. >> what we are talking about right now is a lot of stuff about my son just because his last name is ball. we are not even talking about the other two kids.
i don't have no doubts about what he did. i got doubts of what he didn't do. how's that? i would have said thank you if he would have put them on his plane and took them home. i would have said thank you, mr. trump, for taking my boys out of china and bringing them back to the u.s. there is a lot of room on that plane. i would have said thank you kindly for that. steve: he would have thanked the president of the united states had the president said hey, come on, guys, who i just sprung hop on air force one and i will take you home. apparently during the additional when the president was with the president of china, the president of china had not heard about it. and the president then said explained the story about how these guys each stole $2,000 pair of louie vitton sunglasses the president of china called his people over, found out about the story and the president of the united states said it would mean a lot to the people of the united states if you let them go. and he did. ainsley: it sends a bad message. think about if this were you. my dad would have gone on national television and said thank you to the president
first of all for allowing my daughter to come home. i would have allowed anyone to thank that happened so she didn't have to stay over there and do hard labor and god knows what would have happened to those individuals, those boys. that dad need to be grateful for anyone that helped him. he did thank the president of china and didn't thank our president. even his own son came out. my dad said if you ever get caught in jail don't call me. it was our fault. he said you have to take responsibility for your actions. the dad should say my son, by the way, their tennis shoes cost how much, $500? steve: 700 bucks apiece. why is he stealing louie vitton. the presidenthe kid was remorse. the president helped him out. remember that twitter tweet i hope they have a great life. the president should not have said i should have kept them in jail to penalize the dad because the boys were grateful. brian: president would be very smart not to engage lavar ball. you don't go down a sewer.
wendell brown is an example. is he from ball state, 30 years old. he got in a ball fight in china. he has been in jail for 13 months. he can't even get a day in court. his parents say, mr. president, if you could help my son, i will thank you for the rest of my life every single day. that's what happens in china with a bar fight. he can't get a day in court. that's what could happen to these three guys. ainsley: we were studying for the show what that dad said compared to what the dad who lost the son on the border. my son made the ultimate sacrifice. i loved that dad he said my son died for this country, he did what i loved and he is grateful. steve: yeah. it is quite a feud that the ball family currently has with the president of the united states. and we are going to keep you posted. what do you think about it email us at email@example.com on this tuesday of thanksgiving week. meanwhile, coming up, as the manhunt continues for a possible serial killer. intensifies down in tampa, florida. we will ride along with the police. we are there live coming up
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sting of murders that dates back to last month. ainsley: just last night fox news contributor ted williams rode with the tampa police where those victims have been found dead. steve: right now, go live to tampa former homicide detective and fox news contributor ted williams. ted you, good morning to you. tell us about the ride along. >> good morning. yeah, hig hi. i'm now at the scene where one ever the murdered victims was found. last night i got a chance to do a ride along with a sergeant boata map of the tampa bay police department. let's take a look. >> you've got this incident that's gone on here where four individuals have been found dead in your city. how does that affect you as a sergeant in doing your
work here. >> it puts a lot of added stress on not only the squad, but the department and city as a whole. we have never had anything like this before in the city of tampa in my 25 years here. where we have had a serial killer on the loose. >> one thing that is eerie about these streets as i look ahead and around us, is that there are no people. there's nobody out here. >> like 3:00 in the morning here. like everybody's asleep. and no one's up. it's like everybody is just in bed, asleep and that's it. this is not normal for 8:00 at night to have everybody inside. i mean, we haven't even seen that many cars driving down the street. right now everybody is on
alert and they are staying indoors. steve: ted, tell us a little bit about the reaction there in the neighborhood. >> yeah, well, the people are paralyzed in the neighborhood. there is a great deal of fear in the neighborhood, of course. but there's a great deal of unity where they want this killer or killers to be brought to justice. steve: all right. ted williams live in that neighborhood in tampa. ainsley: thank you, ted. steve: that's puzzling, so random. meanwhile, straight ahead on this telecast, no cops allowed. students at one university here in new york trying to ban the police. we're not kidding. the president of one of new york's biggest police unions here with a lesson for those students who won't let them on campus. ainsley: did this bus just pull off the greatest photo bomb, watch this, of all time? ♪ [bleep] get out of way,
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police say holt shot and killed 25-year-old officer bryan shaw near pittsburgh after an attempted traffic stop over the weekend. seven other people, including holt's mother are under arrest. officer shaw will be laid to rest tomorrow morning. also breaking right now. a bombshell of alleged sexual harassment. buzz feed reports democratic congressman john conyers paid a former female
employee settling a sexual misconduct lawsuit. the woman fired for turning down his ad advances. this as cbs and tbs suspend charlie rose over sexual harassment allegations. "the washington post" citing 8 female employees anchor unwanted sexual advances walking them around them while naked. lewd phone calls. in a call to the post he said he behaved insensitively at times. steve? steve: jillian, thank you. new york city college sparking outrage after making it known they don't want police using their campus bathrooms all in an effort to keep the cops out of sight from the students. this as a petition is in the works by brooklyn college students to ban the police from the campus all together. some students saying to the "new york post," quote: we do not want the new york city police department on campus in any respect, even if it's just to take breaks and use the bathroom. students don't feel
comfortable around cops. it makes safe spaces feel not so safe. your firsyour your first instins to be scared. here to weigh in on the sergeant's benevolent association ed mullins. good morning. >> good morning. steve: the first inclination of some of these students when they see a police officer is to be scared. >> that's only on campus. as soon as not in their travels to and from school. it's not in the neighborhoods where we live and not when they call 911. there is clearly a little bit of an agenda going on. steve: apparently, according to these articles that have been written so far, when they see a police officer, some of these students, at brooklyn college, they see the police officer and rather than somebody there to protect them, at triggers something bad inside where they are afraid. >> i personally don't believe that i just think that what we have is students looking to make a name for themselves, so to speak, to create an issue.
ultimately i blame the administration of brooklyn college there is a question of right and wrong here. i think it's pretty clear across the country that the police are not the enemy. they are basically the good guy. what's occurring now is just total lunancy with lunatics running the asylum all over again. steve: there was one police officer quoted in the "new york post" article. that protester culture is quote warping their f g minds. what we are seeing culture of protest. antipolice sentiment going across the country. we have police officers being assassinated. this all stems from weak leadership, weak politicians that help enforce this inenvironment. everything that occurs now is about political correctness. somewhere along the line you have to push back and say enough, this is how we live in this country. without law enforcement and law and order we have total chaos. ultimately without the
police you wouldn't even be able to go to school. >> steve: it's interesting. apparently the student body president for brooklyn college h said one of the reasons she did not like the police that in fact apparently there was undercover new york city police department counter terrorism investigation. and they wound up arresting two women who were trying to pull off an isis inspired plot to blow up propane tanks in new york city. >> that statement alone should discredit this whole issue. the fact we have an individual that feels uncomfortable over that incident which basically tells me you would rather sit with people involved in terrorism in your classroom than to see police officers walking about your campus and protecting and keeping a safe campus. we see active shooters. we see acts of terrorism all over the country. who is responding to it? police officers. those things are happening on schools. steve: absolutely. you told one of our producers that maybe these students who don't want the cops on campus should take a year abroad. go abroad. study abroad instead of here
in brooklyn. >> i think they should to be quite honest with you. if did you go to some foreign countries where police officers hold the title of police officers, they certainly don't uphold law and order. in many ways, you know, there are countries where police officers, you know, they beat people, they are corrupt, they don't protect you. and valid reasons to be afraid of police. so if you feel that way here, that's even a bigger problem because that just does not happen. steve: ed, you have come on this program for a couple perform years. i think this story completely insults you. >> it insults law enforcement across the country. you know, the silent majority in this country and i have come to learn this over the years, they do support the police. when you travel this country, and you talk to people who are hard-working people and even the poor people in the city of new york, they want the police in their communities. and they are people of color. they are people of all
ethnicities. and they really do want the police there. but, politicians are playing and leaderships and schools like this are playing to a small group of people because they don't want to be accused of not being politically correct. and somewhere along the line you have to stand for what you believe. in and they either believe in this nonsense or they are just too weak to address it. steve: we know where you stand. ed mullins, thank you very much. thanks for your service. next on the run down for this tuesday. hillary clinton really wants to be president even if she has got to go to another planet. >> if i had been president or on earth to where i am, i would have an independent commission. steve: you got to hear the whole story. that's coming up. plus todd piro is having breakfast with friends in topeka, kansas, my hometown. todd: steve, good morning to you, only 5:30 in the central time zone. we are packed and joined we have a great crowd. we are here to talk tax reform. but, mr. doocy, we have a
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green mountain coffee roasters. [bleep] get out of the way, bus. brian: that's your shot of the morning. cameraman loses the perfect shot as the georgia dome comes crumbling down. brian: what was the bus driver thinking? did he hear an explosion. steve: stops to take a picture. ainsley: city bus pulls in front of the stadium the moment it started to implode? steve: way to go. there a second ago. the driver pulls away.
this happening on the weather channel's live stream. ainsley: hopefully the boss at the weather channel is watching, i hope that guy didn't lose his job. go out, get the video of the dome imploding, the guy tries to do his job and is he like no! brian: what about the bus driver. steve: he got a great shot. brian: is it full of people? there is a stadium exploding there. don't drop me off. keep going. steve: whole idea it implodes it goes down. brian: they don't know that. steve: people standing right there. ainsley: my good friend said any lives about 15 minutes away and she said we heard. this she said my husband, i was watching y'all and i saw it implode on thous and i heard it she said her husband was upstairs and came downstairs did you hear that boom? what was that? brian: special salute to our producers for booking special correspondent herschel walker for this. he was fantastic. we kept him for 15 more
minutes. steve: he was really good. as it turns out we were only learning there was going to be an explosion 15 seconds before there was an explosion. hey, we have no information. herschel walker do you know anything about it? actually yeah, i played there. brian: i played there in high school and i grew up in georgia. too bad hank aaron wasn't around we could have had him weigh in. ainsley: we were dying laughing. jillian: get out of the way, bus. so innocent. screaming at the bus and the bus isn't responding, poor guy. ainsley: he was talking to the bus. brian: children's books it answers you. steve: windows rolled up. jillian: you are on to something. we have a fox news alert to get to, guys. president trump expected to speak to russian counterpart vladimir putin today. their conversation coming after a surprise meeting between putin and syrian president bashar al assad overnight. the rare sitdown in russia kicking off a diplomatic drive to end the middle eastern country's blood j
civil war. the two world leaders even hugging. putin vowing to fight against isis in syria close to being over. hillary clinton really wants to be president. so much so she is fan as it sizing about an alternate reality. i'm not kidding. clinton explaining how she would handle russia on the fake planet earth 2. if i had been president or on earth 2 where i am, i would have an independent commission with subpoena power because if we don't get to the bottom of it, it's going to keep happening. jillian: as for north korea clinton said she would put full diplomatic pressure on dictator kim jong un. this video is insane. come look at your screen off duty cop shoots two would be robbers dead all while holding his son. sergeant and his family were in a nearms brazil when the two attackers rushed. in the officer fearing for his life shot and killed both men before handing his son off to his wife who was
taking cover in an aisle. that is incredible video to see. in just a few hours, president trump will pardon two very lucky tuckerys, either wish bone or drumstick get the official honors. the other one will serve as wing man for when they retire to virginia tech. the 70th annual comes one day after the white house got its official christmas tree. jillian: first lady melania trump and son barron greeting the fir from wisconsin proving, steve, it is not too early to decorate for christmas. steve: so long as they don't turn on the lights until after thanksgiving. ainsley: when do they turn on the lights here? i wish they would do it before thanksgiving because some people come up to new york. steve: one holiday at a time. brian: biggest bet these days? who is going to be taller than eric in the trump family. he is rocketing up. jillian: place your bets
now. brian: starting for the c.d.c. united academy. huge soccer player. ainsley: who knew? steve: jillian, thank you so much. go out to topeka, kansas where i used to work. not too far from the capital dome is the hanover pancake house. ainsley: delicious. hey todd. todd piro is doing. what's you doing? todd: good morning, steve, ainsley and brian, we are having so much fun this morning. we are here for a reason and we are here to talk taxes. in a nutshell there is argument out there from many of the high tax states. they pay a lot of state. they pay a lot of local taxes. they want to deduct those taxes from their federal income taxes. they say with tax reform if they are not allowed to do that their federal taxes are actually going to go up when tax reform happens. we are talking to the people here in the not high tax states to find out what they think about that argument. we begin with pat. pat used to work in risk management for seinfeld throughout she is he a
george castanza. she says kansas and states like kansas shouldn't have to subsidize for high tax states. why do you say that? >> say that i because there is three or four high tax states and there are many more nontax states. why should we have to subsidize three or four states. todd: understood. we will go over to karen. karen used to work in mortgage lenging. she, too, like pat is required. we were talking about peter king's argument look, we pay in these high tax states so much money into the federal system, we don't get that same money back. you say that's not a good argument. why do you say that? >> because you can't expect to get everything back. who is going to pay for the federal stuff and military and national parks and everything that the federal government owns? you expect that for free? if you pay so much in to washington, should you get it all back? that doesn't make sense at all. todd: understood karen and pat. thank you for your time. we will go now to bob. bob is actually from lincoln, nebraska, he is
here in topeka, kansas on business. interestingly he voted for trump. he also has two sons that live in california. one of those high state and local tax states. even despite that he says low tax states shouldn't support his son and folks like those there in those high tax states. why do you say that? >> well, i feel like states like kansas and nebraska we're overtaxed and those high populated states, we need to keep our money. todd: understood. but you also said as somebody who works in bridge construction which is the reason you are here in topeka, you still have to have money for major infrastructure projects here. >> exactly. todd: talk about that. >> the commercial industries have skyrocketed. you look around and all the building going on in the commercial business, but the infrastructures need money.
our roads and bridges are way behind. todd: understood. >> they need updated. todd: we have a little surprise. i'm going to block him. we very a little surprised for mr. doocy. mr. doocy, i believe you know the gentleman behind me. his name is tom luthi your seventh and eighth grade buddy from wakefield there. steve: yeah, jr. high. >> hi, steve, it's been quite a few years. steve: why don't you return my phone calls. >> i see you on tv and watch you quite regularly. todd: steve wants to know why you don't return his phone calls. >> you have to block some. ainsley: what is it you know about steve? y'all played basketball together. >> i was hoping to see new person and shake your hand. steve: i was at that diner. i'm there right in the middle on the right side. >> there we are side why side. >> tom and i played on the wakefield junior high traveling basketball team. >> you are number 47.
>> i'm right there in the middle. >> look at doocy right there. >> that's seventh grade. >> it's 7th or eighth grade team, i think. >> it was generalized athletic photo from eighth grade. todd: you are both quiet the athletes, guys. we have more surprises for mr. doocy throughout the morning. rock jacque jock jacques. brian: when is the last time you saw him. steve: i didn't go to high school in wakefield. i haven't seen tom probably since middle school. brian: fantastic. ainsley: isn't that fun? steve: what other reunion also i be having this day? brian: we won't be talking to todd until after the show show. ainsley: i had a book signing this weekend in kansas city. everybody knew you local news there. steve: yeah i worked in kansas city. ainsley: lots of people had
shoutouts from you. rose from springfield, nebraska, her sister cathy waste in line and she said will you please say hey to rose. thank you for watching. brian: hopefully have pictures at the end of the show. ainsley: pull some of those up. brian: 18 minutes before the top of the hour. this federal judge blocking president trump's order to cut funding for sanctuary cities overnight. many of them in california. next guest is running for governor there his message for that judge coming up live. ainsley: not unusual to see a camel in the desert, right? these cops found one roaming around in oregon? steve: what? ♪ we don't need your policies ♪ we have no apologies for being liberty mutual stood with me when this guy got a flat tire in the middle of the night. hold on dad... liberty did what? yeah, liberty mutual 24-hour roadside assistance helped him to fix his flat so he could get home safely. my dad says our insurance doesn't have that.
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immigration officials calling it, quote: up constitutional. many of these sanctuary cities are in california where our next guest wants to be the next governor and is he running on the republican ticket. he vows to undo the liberal policies destroying this state. right now the taxes are through the roof. john cox joins us. john, what's your reaction to this judge's ruling? >> this judge is a politician. he is a bundler for obama. he has made contributions before he was on the bench. he actually worked in the justice department handling immigration. and he said in his hearings he wasn't going to rule on decisions he worked on while at the department of justice. the problem with, this brian, it's all about politics. it's all about scaring people. it's all about arousing anger from some people and fear in others. and it's demagoguery and it's got to stop. i'm a businessman looking to turn california around. and, you know, in the business world, you got to search for solutions. the solution here would be to make sure that people understand that the police are there to help them and secure their environment and
make sure that they can put criminals in jail. i mean, this sends absolute wrong message about going after criminals. brian: right. this is protecting the people that are here. you have a choice. you have a certain amount of tax dollars going to your community. i don't want to give it to people who pay taxes or illegals here some of which are criminals in their midst. it's sanctuary. john, true or false. a sanctuary city often functions as a magnet for illegals. >> the message that's being sent by politicians like the one i'm running against gavin newsom we have to have sanctuary cities because nurses and teacher also turn their students into ice. you know, there are no teachers and nurses in california turning their students over to ice. i mean, it's all about scaring people and he is a demagogue and that's the problem with this. brian: this is what you do if you are here illegally. wake up to an officer and say if somebody is here not breaking the law illegally, and you see them, will you toss them out? the answer is no. they will still go in and report an ms-13 or a
criminal in their midst drug dealer here illegally. they just don't have the manpower to throw out anybody who is here illegally or was brought here as a 3 or 4-year-old. next, i want to talk about what's happening also in california and they are talking about taking out our national anthem again. not kneeling during it the third verse, they say, is racist. let's take a look at what that third versus and excerpt that's causing the controversy. let's put that up if we can it says. this many of these sanctuary -- can we see it right now? okay. their blood has washed out their foul footsteps pollution no. refuge can save the hire ling and slave from the terror of flight or the gloom of the grave. it was written as a poem. it was a third verse never sang. do you know what was intended for francis scott key said this is for american slaves who fought with the british against americans. now, slavery, no one is going to say 200 plus years or tomorrow it was ever right. but that was with intended
to do. >> i would be willing to bet a lot of money that most americans don't even know about that additional language. and, of course, all this is being done to get attention and that's the problem. we what we got to try to do is solve these problems. the problem is police brutality. we ought to have a debate and discussion in this country about people who are abused by the police, which i'm sure there are and people who disregard the police. and basically don't respect the police. we all want the police to be in our naciousdz because they protect us. and we don't want to have a relationship with the police that makes it an adversarial one. we got to try to solve those issues. the politicians in these pronouncements only serve to divide us. that's not a good thing. brian: make us question the greatness of our country. >> absolutely. the people who died defending our right for that banner. brian: uphill battle but republicans are won in that state before one of which is ronald reagan. >> absolutely. from illinois. i'm from illinois. the state is being made unaffordable by the democrats.
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wrong message about going after criminals. >> first lady melania trump and son barron greeting 19 and a half foot tall ball some fir from wisconsin proving it is not too early to decorate for christmas ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ r-o-c-k in the u.s.a. ♪ r-o-c-k in the u.s.a. ♪ r-o-c-k in the u.s.a. britain brian simplest song. all they say is r-o-c-k in the u.s.a. ainsley: thank you so much for waking up with us. brian: we have so much to talk about, including disturbing news in terms of ethics violations and what could be happening in congress with a monster
slush fund. we also have interesting things developin developing with korea. the president making news surprisingly yesterday what's he's doing in that direction and tax reform on the horizon. steve: short week for a lot of people this week. thank you for celebrating this week with us watching "fox & friends." brian: of course, there is a thanksgiving day parade. not many people know, this ainsley. one person blows up every balloon with their mouth. [laughter] steve: who is that person? brian: they don't want to give their name out. they are exhausted and have head spins. ainsley: they are already starting to set up the barricades outside. brian: no one could ever get over those bike reaction. ainsley: the parade goes right down sixth avenue right out here. steve: avenues of america. brian: president trump doubling down vowing to build the wall after a deadly ambush of a border patrol agent. in fact, two of them. ainsley: the hunt for the killer now intensifying as the slain agent's partner remains hospitalized. steve: a lot of details are not known.
griff jenkins right now in our nation's capital with brand new details of what we do know so far. griff, it looks like they were ambushed. >> it does. the hunt is on governor abbott in texas announcing a $20,000 reward, guys, asking for the public's help catching this killer. he says. now the fbi isn't saying exactly what happened near the border in west texas. it took agent martinez's life and left his partner critically injured. in a statement that's thin on details, the fbi says, quote: the agent substained traumatic head injuries along with other miscellaneous physical injuries such as broken dow jones. this as president trump reacting to the tragic news offering condolences to the agents' families and vowing to secure that border. >> as you heard, we lost a border patrol officer, we're going to have the wall. it's part of what we're doing. we need it. it's rough territory. that's where the drugs are coming in. a lot of things are happening along the border. the southern border. and we're going to straighten it out.
>> while the fbi isn't detailing the incident. border patrol union officials and other agents were ambushed and attacked by illegals or drug traffickers while responding to a call. >> we believe that border patrol agent martinez was ambushed by individuals. he was then violently beaten. and thank god his partner survived who was also gravely badly injured. but it's a very, very violent environment on the border. and i think americans have had enough. >> agent martinez 36 years old and had been an agent for four years. he leaves behind a grieving father, fiance an 11-year-old son. he is actually a native of el paso. he is the 39th agent killed in the line of duty since 2003. i covered el paso and the border sector quite a bit, guys, some years ago and been on the phone this
morning. if the fbi officials don't come out and i have something more to say today about what happened there, it is going to be quite a situation. but, we expect some word later today on exactly what happened and whether or not, steve, it was, indeed, an ambush and an attack. steve: it does look like what it was. griff, thank you very much. joining us is jason chaffetz. fox news contributor, former utah congressman and chairman of the house oversight committee. it looks like the guy who died did die from blunt force trauma to the head. they surmised probably someone hit him with a rock. >> i have spoken with some people who actually work that area. i have gone down to the border patrol lots of times. these guys do amazing jobs. this just makes you mad. this should not happen. this idea that he is out there with his partner. i want to tell you, most of the time when these agents go out, they are going out by themselves. it's in the wee hours of the morning. an alarm goes off. he is following some tracks and ambushed and killed. don't let anybody fool to you think that oh, everybody that's coming across the
border, just wants to make their life better. no, come on. these people are -- they are running drugs and doing other nefarious things. these are really bad actors out there. i want somebody to go down on that border and actually film, actually look at what that border looks like. because my guess is, i'm just guessing right in this area, it's probably like barbed wire. maybe not even a fence at all. i'm totally on board with the president. build that wall. and i think homeland security is doing a great deal of injustice when they put out that statement and said we blanketed the area. no, they didn't. they didn't catch these perpetrators. they didn't put a noos around that and tighten it and catch these perpetrators. they didn't do that they delayed that statement. i think congress needs to dive into that one as well. steve: you are one of the few people calling them out. >> i love what the men and women do down there, but the management, the desk jockeys in washington, d.c. who sit back and hold this press release, they didn't let the public know immediately hey look for these guys. they didn't call in everybody right away to put
thatthat noose and go find those perpetrators. it's so easy to walk across the border. ainsley: there is a federal judge wants to protect all those people coming over illegally in sanctuary cities. our president signed an executive order saying if you have a sanctuary city, and you continue to live as a sanctuary, i'm not giving you federal funds. this judge, this -- certain federal funds. this judge in the northern area of california, shocker. >> yeah. ainsley: given millions of dollars to the democrats and the dnc, he blocked that from happening: this judge is, let me see, northern district of california, nominated by president obama. 2015 he raised $200,000 at least for president obama. donated $30,000 to groups supporting him. and $51,000 to the dnc. i counted 26 donations all to democrats. >> the way to actually solve this is actually december 8th. there's a way to actually solve this problem because if you are saying that congress is not giving
congress proper authorization. guess what the reauthorization for the federal government moving forward has to happen by december 8th. one or two sentences placed into that funding bill which will pass will solve this problem, give the president the authority. but this person is a clear partisan. he has no desire to help the president or whatnot. but, congress has a responsibility to give the president this option. and they can do it week after next. brian: jason, i hate to tell you, most of the population there in california probably agrees with this judge. that's the issue. it's what right. >> that's why a lot of people are moving out of california. brian: that's why taxes are through the roof paying for illegals and people seem okay with that we will see if the people of california speak up. yesterday, this story moved and that's uranium one story it seems like democrats say this is a nonstory, a distraction. to side track the mueller investigation. but now we have five new revelations. one that russia saw its purchase of uranium one, canadian company digging in america as part of the strategy to dominate global
uranium markets. uranium one did export some of the u.s. uranium which they said they didn't. the fbi did have evidence that these officials were engaged in criminality along the way. keep in mind, too, they have informant looming about to come forward we're about to find another 5,000 pages that existed of top secret information that shows some type of linkage. >> i want some democrat or some person who says don't look over here, i want them to come on television or write an op-ed and tell us why giving up access to uranium in the united states, why is that a good idea to give anybody else, other than the united states control of it? let alone russia? you know? give me an excuse as to why. brian: you knew nothing about this until peter schweizer's book come out. >> schweizer did a great job. when i was still a chairman we did issue letters. we did put out subpoenas. we did try to get these documents. i'll telling you that deep state, they just lock down. they will not cough it up. even to this day, even with all the press and attention,
you have people like ron dee dee san tis and trey gowdy trying to get these documents and they still won't cough them up. we are still fighting from getting documents from fast and furious, the irs. just because the administration changed does not mean that the bureaucracy changed. steve: this particular. >> we started this investigation a long time ago. even when i was back as chairman. steve: the deal was approved in 2010. >> um-huh. steve: this guy, the confidential fbi informant was telling the fbi what was going on at least a year earlier. there are a number of media outlets and john solomon calls them out and says there is misinformation out there that obviously has been put right in front of certain reporters to get a certain angle out on the story. >> and when the department of justice says oh, we gave congress this many documents, you know, gave them 20,000 of this or 30,000. ask them what percentage. that was the thing that drove me nuts. trey gowdy would say this a
lot. you want to know the truth? tell me what percentage of the truth you. if you are only going to give me 70% of the documents you will only get 70% of the truth. brian: your years in congress did you know about a slush fund available for 20 years in congress to provide 264 sexual assault settlements to the tune of $17 million use ouring our taxpayer dollar. >> know never heard of that. i never tapped into it. brian: john coal years did it seems. >> there is no reason why the american taxpayers should have to pay for some member of congress who breaks the law. why should they have to pay that? that should be a personal responsibility of the member of congress not the taxpayers. steve: all right. jason chaffetz joining us wide ranging conversation today. thank you very much. have a great thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. ainsley: happy thanksgiving. jillian is behind us. she has headlines. jillian: tuesday. get you caught up on headlines for this tuesday. starting with a fox news alert. after three days on the run. accused cop killer is now in
custody. "fox & friends" getting exclusive first look at holts minutes after he was captured in pittsburgh. police say holt shot and killed officer bryan shaw after an attempted traffic stop over the weekend. seven other people, including holt's mother are now under arrest. officer shaw will be laid to rest tomorrow morning. also breaking, a brand new bombshell of alleged sexual harassment, buzz feed reports democratic congressman john conyers paid a former female employee thousands of dollars settling a sexual misconduct lawsuit in 2015. the woman allegedly fired for turning down his ad advances. this as cbs and pbs suspend charlie rose over sexual harassment allegations. "the washington post" citing will female employees accusing the anchor of unwanted sexual advances including lewd phone calls and groping. in a statement to the post rose apologized saying he, quote, behaved insensitively at times. how about this? a welcome sight on monday
night football. every single member of the seattle seahawks standing for the national anthem. even michael bennet. this is the second week in a row that defensive end michael bennet stood after vowing to protest all season. last week's game also honored our military. among the heroes at the game was 95-year-old barbara nickels. the oldest living military nurse. raising the flag. barbara has a bronze star. she served in three wars and even served as the a nurse to president eisenhower. by the way atlanta won the game 34-31. brian: it was a late game. steve: barbara. wonderful. ainsley: thanks, jillian. a fox news alert. four people shot and killed in the same neighborhood. now the manhunt for that possible serial killer in tampa is ramping up by the hour. we will go on a ride along with police next. brian: senator elizabeth warren lost track of time and blaming president trump. it's all about dog years ♪ going to rock ♪ going to rock ♪ the boat
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the possible serial killer. steve: four murders happening within one mile radius in seminole heights neighborhood of tampa. former homicide detective and fox news contributor ted williams has been following the case since it first broke joins us right now live from that neighborhood. ted? >> ted: yeah, hi, guys. in the last 30 minutes chief brian dugan, the chief of the tampa police department himself has come by this crime scene. he is dedicated to reresolving this murder. early i got a chance to interview chief dugan. let's take a look. >> this is a wonderful neighborhood from what i have been told here in seminole heights. and have you got a lot of good, wonderful people here. and from what i have been told in the fell ton murder, that took place down, that that murder along with the other murders were all within a one-mile radius of each other. and does that tell you that
this may very well be someone who was familiar with this neighborhood? >> yeah. it certainly, it's a very tight knit community here that does not have these type of crimes. and whoever is doing this is very familiar. they are able to vanish under the cover of darkness. the murders are very close in proximity. and that is one of the frustrating things is how are these things able to happen so close to each other. we have had a strong police presence and it is still taking place. and it makes me wonder does someone know something and maybe they just don't realize it. >> chief, do you believe that this killer or killers will strike again? >> well, when you look at the history, you know, that's a fair question. when you look at the history what's going on, our job is to make sure that that doesn't happen. we are doing everything we can. but, is that a fear of mine? certainly. there is no doubt that is my biggest fear. when the phone rings, the
first thing that goes through my mind is i'm hoping that they got the name and they got whoever is doing this. the second thing that goes through my mind is do we have another one? >> guys, it's one thing i'm sure of. chief dugan is going to solve this crime or these crimes. ainsley: we hope so. steve: that's what the people of tampa want to hear. all right, ted, thank you very much. brian: brian 10 minutes before the bottom of the hour. this judge blocking the president's order to cut funding for sanctuary cities. the 6-year-old son of our next guest was seriously injured by illegal immigrant drunk driver. he was 6 years old at the time. that immigrant had been deported 15 times. she is here to react next. steve: president trump may have saved his son from a chinese prison but lavar ball is not saying thank you to the president. >> i don't have no doubts about what he did. i got doubts of what he didn't do. how's that?
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pictured eric garceti looking to run for president. bees first jewish latino candidate and sitting in the oval office. that'sics sighting. also exciting is tossing over the bridge and the railing to ainsley. ainsley: thank you so much, brian. a federal judge permanently blocking president trump's executive order to ban funding from sanctuary cities that don't cooperate with immigration officials calling it unconstitutional. he has given a lot of money to democrats. our next guest has criticized the system ever since her 6-year-old son lennox was seriously injured by illegal immigrant in a drunk driving accident. it was later revealed that that suspect had been deported 15 times. ingrid lake joins us now to react to this. thank you so much, ingrid for being with us. i'm sorry to hear about your son but first i wanted to get your reaction. what are your thoughts about that judge blocking this executive order protecting the folks who are here illegally? >> i think we expected it to
a certain extent. everything surround the sanctuary state law or bill has been just really disappointing. and really hard to see progress through the channels. steve: it affected your family. how is lennox doing? >> he is -- we're just so thankful to have him home. and we just celebrated his 7th birthday. it was -- we're incredibly thankful to be able to do that. he is hacking in hangingn there still some things we are working through. he has more testing and procedures. but, like i said, at the end of the day we are just so thankful to have lennox with us. ainsley: it is thanksgiving week. every day this week we are highlighting someone that our viewers have helped. our viewers are amazing as you know they helped your family. every day we are highlighting someone different. our viewers at home, many of them remember your son's story and they gave money to help him in his recovery. can you tell us more about that? >> it's just unbelievable
the outpouring of support we received in such a difficult time. i never feel like saying thank you or we have tried to start reaching out to individuals who donated or reached out to us. and it never feels like enough. i can never adequately express my gratitude for what people have done for our family. ainsley: i know your goal was to reach $100,000. in the beginning you had reached $15,000. our viewers watched and now you have close to your goal $97,000. do you still need more money or has the money run out for your family? i know the hospital bills are expensive. >> they are expensive. we couldn't possibly ask for anything more than what people have done for us. we are just so blessed and so grateful. i think the 100,000 mark
was -- i it was my sister-in-law who set up the go fund me page. it was an arbitrary mark that was set. but people have just been so nice. ainsley: if people want to give, where do they go? go to go fund me or search for what? >> love for lennox. ainsley: that's lennox. there are two n's. please kiss him for us and we wish you all the best. thank you. god bless you. happy thanksgiving. >> thank you, guys. happy thanksgiving. ainsley: ed to piro is having breakfast with friends in topeka, kansas. we will check back in with him coming up next. it's not unusual to see a camel in the desert, right? cops found that one right there roaming around in oregon? [laughter] ♪ let it roll ♪ down the highway ♪ remember how the economic crash
their pensions and their jobs. i'm tom steyer and it turned out that the system that had benefited people like me who are well off, was, in fact, stacked against everyone else. it's why i left my investment firm and resolved to use my savings for the public good. but here we are nine years later and this president and the republican congress are making a bad situation even worse. they won't tell you that their so called "tax reform" plan is really for the wealthy and big corporations, while hurting the middle class. it blows up the deficit and that means fewer investments in education, health care and job creation. it's up to all of us to stand up to this president. not just for impeachable offenses, but also to demand a country where everyone has a real chance to succeed. join us. your voice matters.
>> introducing stove top thanksgiving dinner pan. this is the stuff thanksgiving is made of, and the perfect why it enjoy thanksgiving dinner in comfort and style. stove top thanksgiving pants allow you to eat in comfort. steve: those were so funny we decided to contact stove top and they sent us some pants. [laughter] steve: this is what they look like. now, here's the difference. i'm actually wearing my thanksgiving pants over my suit pants. >> you got this whole look. the tie blends in perfect. ainsley: looks like a cumber bun. adam: feel the stretch. steve: very stretchy. ainsley: looks like ladies leg begins. adam: i feel like justin bieber would wear these on tour. steve: $19. sold out. plan for next year, people. >> very lucky i got these. todd is next.
steve: thank you, sir. todd is out on place where they could use something like that. stretchy pants. they are very comfortable. ainsley: you actually should wear them. steve: except they are over my other pants. ainsley: i feel very privileged we have a pair they are sold out. steve: ed to is in topeka, kansas pancake place. they keep eating and eating. todd: this is breakfast in a pancake. it literally is breakfast in a pancake. do you know why i gained 15 pounds since i started "fox & friends." we are having a serious debate. we are talking tax reform. i want to start off with bruce. bruce very interesting story. start off with bruce. small business owner, voted for president trump. you said you told me you lobbied the state legislature here in kansas yourself. telling them if they raise your taxes you would have to charge 1 poinel $60 more per
hair cut. why do you think the g.o.p. plan is good for business? >> well, i think that if we can make our. todd: you want the postcard. >> that's exactly what i was going to say. when i saw the president hold up the postcard and get rid of an and eliminate a tax code of thousands of pages of regulations, it would be fantastic for lots of people, and especially for me. todd: understood. let's go to reverend sarah. clinton voter. you said you don't mind paying more. why do you say that. >> i would like for my taxes to go for the things they ought to go for. for the safety net that helps all of us, especially folks already on the margins, socioeconomically. i want healthcare and schools and prisons to be public entities, not private. and i think my tax dollars should go to pay for those. people shouldn't be making money off of those. todd: marri, you work for the midwest innocence
project. you are a clinton voter. you don't feel that this g.o.p. tax plan helps everybody. why? >> no, that's why. obviously we have a power structure that is helping to marginalize further black and brown folks and more importantly poor whites as well. i think we have to talk about, you know, the real issue here and taxes is a symptom of the problem. i mean, what also led to the untimely death of dominique white. you have a power structure that needs to be replaced and we need to hold them accountable to issues and actions. todd: les, you disagree respectfully for the opinions you heard. you voted for trump, you say we need tax reform, why? >> yes we do. we need to simplify things like deregulation of a lot of things they have done with regulation. goes along with tax reform. we need to simplify it and do it in a way that makes sense and reuse the tax rate. we need to spend our money wisely. todd: thank you all for this debate. a lot of opinions on this. it's a heated discussion.
one thing here everybody at hanover house in topeka, kansas they agree on they mission their doocy. on the count of three, talk to the man in the thanksgiving pants, ready? 1, 2, 3. [laughter] todd: that's for you, doocy, very nice. i used to work in topeka. i was a state house reporter. political job. ainsley: thanks, todd. jillian has headlines. jillian: i think you should havwear those pants all day. steve: i'm having them dry cleaned for tomorrow. jillian: the air force attacking the taliban's revenue stream bombing their in afghanistan. seven destroyed by our military just this weekend. the u.s. is now on track to triple the amount of bombs dropped on the taliban in afghanistan compared to last year.
well, the feud lavar ball on president trump new heights. outspoken fair of one of the three ucla basketball players still not giving our commander-in-chief any credit for helping bring them home from china. >> i would say thank you if he would have put him on his plane and took him home. if i was going to thank somebody i would thank president xi let him do his political affairs and let me handle my son and let's just stay in our lane. ainsley: the players were arrested for shoplifting. this man takes distracted driving to the next level. vancouver police pulling him over with, get, this an iphone and a tablet attached to his steering wheel. this is not a joke. police knew something was up when they saw his head phones plugged straight into the dashboard which he turned into homemade entertainment system. he was given a ticket and lecture about distracted driving. oh my goodness. wow. this isn't something you see every day. deputies finding a camel wandering around the desert of oregon? they said they didn't
believe their eyes when they first saw the animal. turns out bubbles the camel somehow got loose. he was safely reunited with his owner who keeps the animal for the town's annual christmas parade. that's a look at your headlines. guys, what do you think with that. steve: bubbles is going to be working soon. ainsley: i wouldn't have expected his name to be bubbles. that's like a dog. steve: big dog. i would walk a mile for bubbles. she was the ernesto dr. of the irs tea party scandal. lois learner says if her testimony is released what she said behind closed doors it could ruin her life. our next guest was one of her targets and wants to know what is lois learner hiding. brian: students at one university trying to ban the police. we're not kidding. they don't like the police around or how it makes them feel. your emails are pouring in. ainsley: first we have trivia question this morning. born on this day in 1945, this actress is best known for her roles in the film shampoo and private
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a plane. they say the run-in was a total coincidence. steve: that is funny. meanwhile in other news, she was the face of the irs scandal. now lois learner wants to make sure her testimony about targeting the tea party never sees the light of day. she and her colleague holly paz now claim they and their family members face death threats and may face even more lee tallation from the public if what they said behind closed doors is released. so, what could possibly be so damaging in those deposition tapes? here to weigh in is former national coordinator and co-founder of the tea party patriots and current president of citizens for self-governance mark meckler. mark, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> okay. so she says that if the public finds out what she said in this court proceeding, she fears for her life. do you believe her? >> i don't believe her. and the implication is
really outrageous. what she is saying is that what she said in that deposition about what she did to tea partiers and other constitutionally minded folks around the country is so bad that people will be outraged to. me that leads us towards we have a right to know and we certainly ought to know. steve: sure. accord ghtaccording to the "wasn times" the government admits not only -- she didn't stop the targeting, contradicting obama claims but also hid it from her superiors in washington, d.c. clearly, she did things that she does not want the public to know. >> yeah, clearly. and the thing that i find so outrageous is from what you just read, we already know on the public record that she did these things. we just don't know all the details. and the american people, when their own government, when the irs targets them, they certainly have a right to know what their employees did. steve: i think we all want to know who told her to go ahead and do that if this remains redacted, there is no chance for us to find out, is there? >> there isn't.
and to mee this is the most important part of this case. this was a class action that was recently settled. we are waiting for the judge to approve that settlement. most important part is that the american people have a right to know. the only way that you stop this sort of thing from happening again in the future, is if we know exactly what happened. that is precisely what lois learner and holly paz are trying to prevent from happening. steve: here is the problem for you they blame you one of the reasons you are a troublemaker stirring stuff up, amongst other things, you called irs agents criminal thugs and because of things you have said, they're in danger. >> well, i mean, first of all, did i call them criminal thugs. i want to admit that on the record. i don't support harassment or abuse or threats dense anybody. even government officials who act like criminal thugs. i did say those things. it's funny if you watch the videotape where i said them i'm wearing a cowboy hat speaking in front of the tea
party hardly the thing that seems threatening. steve: the cincinnati enquirer where these are happening. they trying to get through the freedom of information act all sorts of the testimony so that they can know what exactly was said. so maybe if she is not successful, then in turn, the local newspaper out there can find out what she told people about this thing. >> well, we are serigne hoping. so this seems like a basic issue of common sense and transparency. the american people have a right to know. the irs has admitted that they were targeting american citizens for their political points of view. jeff sessions, the attorney general said that this is outrageous and shouldn't be allowed to happen. the irs owes the american people an apology. more important than an apology to me is just the nomination of what actually happened. we know some of the details but obviously lois learner is still hiding a lot more of them. steve: mark, didn't you think because of the things he had said out on the campaign trail as a candidate, when donald trump became president of the united states, didn't you think we were going to find out more about what happened
at the irs and, you know, he would probably get there and fire the irs commissioner koskinen? none of that stuff happened. >> yeah. and i can tell you there are a lot of folks out there that are really frustrated by that. koskinen gets to serve out his term. there really isn't much reform at the irs. certainly the doj was helpful in settling this case in the end. would not have settled under hillary administration. but, we still have the right to know. and it is time to blow this thing wide open and honestly, it is up to president trump, secretary mnuchin to get this done. steve: there are no statute of limitations regarding this stuff. the government can open the books and tell us what happened. right? >> they can. and, again, this should be the legacy of this whole targeting scandal. not just a settlement of the case. i'm glad that the case has settled. the plaintiffs are glad that its settled. the most important part again is this knowledge. daylight is a disinfectant. we know some really bad things happened. it's time for the american people to know all of them.
steve: i think you are right. mark meckler thank you for joining us today from grass valley, california. thank you, sir. >> thank you. steve: you bet. what do you think about that? email us email@example.com. that is really something. meanwhile, still ahead. chilling new details emerging about the murder of a border patrol agent over the weekend. it sounds like he was ambushed and killed with a rock. we're live at the top of the hour. and hillary clinton really wants to be president. even if she has to leave this planet and go to another. and twitter is having a field day. carley shimkus is our twitterrologist, and she joins us next ♪ ♪ what's wrong with being ♪ confident ♪ when it comes to heartburn trust the brand doctors trust for themselves. nexium 24hr is the number one choice of doctors and pharmacists for their own frequent heartburn. and all day all night protection. when it comes to frequent heartburn, trust nexium 24hr.
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♪ ♪ ainsley: now for the answer the "fox & friends" trivia question goldy hahn, she is 72 years old today. and our winner is jan from ohio. jan, thanks for writing us. you are going to be getting a copy of brian -- what? brian: there you go. she chose it. ainsley: jan, you chose his book over mine? brian: yes. ainsley: i'm going to send you one anyway. you are going to get it like it or not, jan. brian: 8 minutes before the top of the hour. steve: taxpayer funded university caving to the demands of their students who apparently do not like police officers, banning officers from using bathrooms at work on campus. brian: outrage lighting up this morning hopefully at kitchenette. here is carley shimkus. this is unbelievable. this is a borough of brooklyn doesn't want to see cops. it upsets the kids. >> this is brooklyn college. they are advising police
officers to use bathrooms far away from the main part of campus because some students don't feel comfortable rose garden police officers. you spoke to ed mullins, right? steve: i did. he is the president of the sergeant's benevolent association. he was just talking about it. we have a sound bite. this is all part of the protest culture on campuses these days. watch this. >> we have a cull purr of protest. we have an antipolice sentiment going across the country. we have police officers that are being assassinated. somewhere along the line, you have to push back and say enough. without law enforcement and law and order, we have total chaos. ultimately without the police you wouldn't even be able to go to school. steve: people responded. >> a lot of americans talking about this today. our viewers now weighing in. marilyn said taxpayers should secret to defund brooklyn college. money would be better spent feeding the homeless or saving innocent animals rather than safe spacing liberal pc snowflakes. kathleen sent another email saying for the disrespect of police officers pull
anywhere funding let them pay anywhere own funding. gail says i'm an alumni of brooklyn college and worked there several years. i'm disgusted that the nypd is not welcomed on the campus. i will never give another penny to my alma mater. this is turning a lot of people off. brian: yesterday said they are equivalent to hall monitors. a lot of them are retired cops. i was talking. steve: you mean campus police. brian: campus police want to know the cops are still there as a resource. >> you have to wonder if something god for bad would happen on campus. steve: this son planet earth 2. >> hillary clinton was asked how she would handle certain current events if she were the president of another planet called earth 2. let's take a listen to her. >> we have got to get to the bottom of what happened in 2016. if i had been on president or earth 2 where i am, i would have an independent commission with subpoena power because if we don't get to the bottom of it, it's going to keep
happening. let's go to earth 2. i like being on earth 2. >> she liked earth 2 a whole lot. apparently a whole lot of other people on social media did too. i do fantasize about earth 2 where a hillary president lures all hillary presidency lures all libs to go live there. i'm sad for hillary after seeing. this look how excited and animated she gets over fantasy that doesn't exist. she is still asking what happened. brian: who hasn't she interviewed with? is this unbelievable. ainsley: with ours. i keep asking. >> has she been on the curvey couch yet? ainsley: no she hasn't. steve: i heard donald trump won the electoral college vote on earth 2. his spokesperson is sarah huckabee sanders. >> she did something i thought was really cute yesterday during the white house press briefing. she asked reporters to give thanks before asking their questions. take a listen to this. >> i want to share a few
things that i'm thankful for and i think it would be nice for you guys to do so as well before asking your questions. i'm clearly very thankful for all of you. >> i am thankful for the first amendment. >> oh, yes. >> i think we all are. >> you know what though? she is facing some first amendment criticism on twitter. there has been a lot of tweets. one says i'm thankful for the freedom of press. a freedom which you retain whether or not you answer this ridiculous answer. let's hear from a vox blogger i'm thankful i live in a democracy where the free press don't have to perform like school children. for government authority figures. steve: all because she was joking around? >> this is why she is so successful. she has the hardest job in the world and adds a human side to it. it was fun. brian: they played along. they said i'm thankful for my wife and my family. >> such a shocker. twitter takes things too seriously. did you know that? wow, yikes. ainsley: we can all learn a lesson from. this be thankful for what
trump: we lost a border patrol officer and another one was brutally beaten. >> don't let anybody fool you that, oh, everybody coming across the border wants to make their life better. no, these people are running drugs. >> permanently blocking president trump's executive order to ban founding sanctuary cities. >> everybody around the sanctuary state law or bill has been disappointing. >> an accused cop killer now in custody. now getting the first look at holt. holt shot and killed 25-year-old officer brian shaw. >> over 5,000 documents that the informant had turned over. very evident of russia's
intentions to acquire uranium one. >> introducing stovetop thanksgiving pans. >> this is what they look like. i think you know they were wearing those today. >> did you eat a lot of turkey in these? the answer is yes. feel that stretch. ♪ ♪ ♪ brian: wow. unbelievable. can you believe that thanksgiving is two days away? ainsley: no. brian: and people are already beginning to line up outside to get a good spot. ainsley: are they really? brian: yes. steve: i've got my stretchy pants for the big day. ainsley: that was so cute. i'm glad you put them on.
steve: plus, we have a cornucopia. do you know why they call it a cornucopia. ainsley: no. steve: because this part of the container is shaped like a corn. brian: also, vikings use it as a hearing aids. they would stick it right in their ear, and they would be able to hear everything other vikings were saying. steve: go ahead. grab it. brian: i don't. steve: thank you for joining us on this tuesday for the thanksgiving. right down the street for 48 hours. meanwhile, on this tuesday, president trump doubling down on the promise to build that wall after the deadly ambush of a border patrol agent. brian: the hunt for the killer is still on, and they say it's intensifying as the partner remains hospitalized expected to stay alive. ainsley: griff jenkins is live in our nation's capital. >> good morning, guys. i just got off the phone moments ago with special agent
in charge of jannett of the fbi, and she tells me that they're still not seeing exactly what happened in west texas that took agents lives. but referred me to a statement that's thin on details and said quote both sustained traumatic brain injuries along with miscellaneous broken injuries and broken bones. this offering condolences to victims' families and vowing to secure the border. >> as you heard, we lost a border patrol officer. we're going to have the wall. it's part of what we're doing. we need it. it's rough territory. that's where the drugs are coming in. a lot of things are happening along the border. the southern border, and we're going to straighten it out. >> now, agent harper told me that the fbi is planning on a press conference around 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. local to learn more of what happened as they investigate. but border patrol union
officials and others are saying that these agents were ambushed or attacked by drug traffickers while responding to a call. martinez was 36 years old. he leaves behind a grieving father, a fiancé, and an 11-year-old son. he has been on the force for four years, and this is the 39th border patrol agent killed in the line of duty since 2003. guys. steve: all right. griff jenkins live in our nation's capitol. we will take that press conference live this afternoon because everyone has the question what exactly happened. it does sound like somebody was ambushed and somebody took a big rock and bashed both of them in the head. charles: i can't imagine his dad being so emotional when talking to reporters, as one would be. but knowing that's how your son took his last breath.
steve: doing his job. ainsley: he said, son, this job is too dangerous for you. and he said dad, it is a job i like. i want to defend my country from terrorists. i want to prevent drugs and terrorists from coming into the country, and his dad said he loved his job. brian: so right there when he said the first thing i'm going to build a wall because a lot of bad things are happening down there. and building the wall will begin to show other countries that america is furious about this. not only do the wall, but get underneath so the burrowing and tunneling could come to a close. robert hire is brian terry's cousin. and among the people that the president would have been elected of brian terry, the border alerting people to the problem is steve bannon. just said that recently. he was on, was brian terry's cousin with laura ingram last night. >> you know, it's a violent,
violent environment. very kinetic, just as we saw with brian terry. those armed rip crews were professional criminals that came in and went back across the border time and time again to do one thing, and that was create violence on the american side of the border. it's a very, very violent environment on the border, and i think americans have had enough. they elected a president to secure the border. steve: and, of course, in addition to the border patrol agent being killed, he is partner is in serious condition right now. ainsley: yeah. steve: so stand by for that press conference earlier this afternoon. ainsley: we interviewed one mom. she had a perfectly, beautiful, healthy child. was severely injured, head injury. and he was hit by a drunk driver who had been deported 15 times. steve: unbelievable. ainsley: kate steinle. the guy who shot her, he had
been deported five times. something has to be done and why these sanctuary cities, why these governors or individuals, these liberal judges are supporting to have illegal criminals stay in our country so taxpayers can pay for them and innocent little kids, their lives are changed forever, it's just beyond me. i don't understand it. brian: the attorney general jeff sessions on the president's order says, listen, if you told everyone sanctuary cities are now history. in fact, if you do not stop the sanctuary city policy, unsaid policy within your town, within your county, within your city, you're going to be denied federal funds. well, that has been rocketing around and bouncing around the courts. the latest judge to say, no, that is unconstitutional or it's just not going to land he claims personally. now, this judge said it is not allowed or you cannot denied funding to cities already promised. this guy has a rich history on the left. nominated by president obama 2013. he has actually bundled money to the tune of $200,000 to
obama campaign. he is not going to allow this policy to go through. ainsley: read that last. we just had a full screen up of what he did. planned parenthood. steve: look at that part right there. 200,000 for president obama. clearly, not a fair and balanced kind of judge. he clearly tilts to the political left. but what's interesting is so you've got these two california counties, they both sued the federal government and said you can't tell us what to do. your language department of justice is too broad. going forward. and it's not all federal money. it's just regarding the burn grants, which is, you know, 100,000 in each of those counties, something like that. we had jason chaffetz on the couch right next to brian just about an hour ago, and what he made clear was the fact that it looks like congress could actually do something about that. the first week in december they could change the law to make it very specific when it comes to funding the government. budget time. ainsley: this is the same judge that when i was mentioning planned parenthood.
remember all of those videos that came out of what planned parenthood was doing with the body parts? he's the one that said he put a restraining order on that organization that was releasing all of those to the public so that we would actually know what's happening behind closed doors there. he put a restraining order to those there to 26 democrats and not one republican. clearly, political. brian: the district court, doj, department of justice. the district court exceeds its authority today when instructing its cabinet members to enforce existing law. the justice department will vindicate the lawful authorities to direct the executive branch. steve: right now, it is being appealed to the ninth circuit, which is also out in california. we asked you what you thought, and we have plenty responses. ainsley: nancy wrote us and said who was elected president? mr. trump or some left wing california judge? it's hard to think a judge outranks potus. steve: william tweeted thank you so much, judge, for protecting illegal aliens over the lives of law-abiding
citizens who are being killed by them. brian: and last e-mail, can family sue judges who block president trump's block of federal funds to sanctuary cities? i don't think so. i'm not sure you can sue a judge for a ruling. but very curious to see where we go next because i don't think this is -- even though he wants to be the final say, he's not going to be the final say. steve: no. court of appeals. and then the u.s. supreme court. unless congress does something about it. brian: and then the president of the galaxy. ainsley: you're talking about earth 2. brian: yeah, and earth 3. ainsley: or are you talking about a candy bar? brian: i don't really want to make -- steve: it is 8:10 here in new york city right now. and jillian joins us with a fox news alert. >> milky way is my favorite candy bar. brian: it has nugget. >> after three days on the run, an accused cop killer is
now in custody. fox news getting an exclusive minutes after he was captured outside a home in pittsburgh. shot and killed 25-year-old officer brian shaw after an attempted traffic stop over the weekend. seven other people, including hope's mother are under arrest. a brand-new bombshell in the charlie rose sexual harassment scandal. more than a dozen women have come forward since the story was first published. that's according to the washington post reporter who first broke the story about eight female employees who accused rose of unsexual advancements including phone calls and groping. cbs suspended the host. he apologized. and democratic congressman john paid a former female employee thousands of dollars settling a sexual misconduct lawsuit in 2013. the one allegedly fired
turning down his advances. and turning to extreme weather. rain, wind, and snow expected to batter part of the northern u.s. athis as travelers try to make it home for the holidays. some areas could see up to a foot of snow. where this school bus skidded into trees, there were no children on board. the driver and the bus monitor are not hurt. in just a few hours, president trump will pardon two very lucky turks. either wishbone or it drum still will get the official honors. the other one will serve as wing man for when they retire to virginia tech. the 70th annual celebration comes just one day after the white house got its official christmas tree. first lady melania trump and son darren greeting the 19.5-foot fur from wisconsin.
steve: clydesdale. brian: 12 minutes after the hour, we have a manhunt. and wrapping up this hour. we go for a ride-along with police in tampa bay, florida next. ainsley: and the doctor is in. dr. oz is going to join us live with how he shut down the scammers that were using his name to sell their product. brian: right. ainsley: that's coming up. steve: big story. brian: it was not us
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steve: we are back with a fox news alert. tampa place police are ramping up efforts to find the person responsible for a string of murders last month. they are looking for that person. ainsley: last night, fox news contributor and former homicide detective did a ride along with the police in tampa in the seminal heights neighborhood where these killings are occurring. ted joins us now. good morning, ted. >> yes, good morning. hi, guys. the great boxer joe luis known as the brown bomber said you can run, but you can't hide. and i can tell you that the dedication of the tampa bay police department is bringing this to some conclusion is just accurate in there.
what you -- i did last night was to do a ride along with one of the dedicated police officers. let's listen to what he had to say. >> we have this incident that's going on here where four individuals have been found dead in your city. how does that affect you as a sergeant in doing your work here? >> it took a lot of added stress on not only the squad, but the department and city as a whole. we've never had anything like this before in the city of tampa in my 25 years here where we've had a serial killer on the loose. >> one thing that is eerie about these streets as i look ahead and around us is that there are no people. there's nobody out here. >> it's, like, 3:00 in the morning here.
everybody's asleep and no one's up. i mean, it's like everybody's just in bed asleep, and that's it. this is not normal for 8:00 at night to have everybody inside. we have this many cars driving down the street. right now, everybody's on alert, and they're staying indoors. >> this killer is out there, guys. but with the dedication of these fine police officers here in tampa bay, he will be caught. ainsley: ted, what about all of the neighbors. you were told yesterday to leave their lights on. i'm sure they're just living in fear. >> yeah. they are living in fear. but they're going about their lives as best they can. and with the police presence in the community here, they feel very safe. steve: all right. ted williams live from tampa with the very latest. ted, thank you very much. ainsley: thanks, ted. steve: meanwhile, a brand-new
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war. and killing kate steinle could be in the hands of the jury as soon as today. closing arguments expected to wrap up after prosecutors claim juan francisco sanchez four names, one name, when he fired the gun in 2014. his lawyer says he accidented fired the gun, and it went off the pavement. steve: meanwhile, advertisements using celebrities, including his image to endorse products without the celebrity's consent or knowledge. . >> my best efforts. sold 1,000 of efforts online who claim to be associated with me. so i decided to go face to face with scam artists online. ainsley: dr. oz is one of the victims, and he takes on these marketing tactics and now the federal trade commission is finally doing something about
it. here the host of the dr. oz program, dr. oz. they've been doing this for years. how did you first discover when people were using your name for the products? >> way back when i was doing the oprah show. we saw ads that oprah and i were were selling, and we started looking at these things and said how can we get our names out there? and i was on fox and friends and watched a commercial and had my name, i would have to call you up and you take it down. that's not the rule on the internet. the rule on the internet is i have to find out who they are, they don't tell you who you are. steve: you have to do leg work. >> you can't do the leg work. they hide who they are. fake ads led to fake news led to fake campaign pieces, which now, of course, they can't find out who -- brian: you were upset before this. >> i was upset a decade ago. when you tolerate fake tig, which we've now done for ten
years leads to fake news, which is rampant and only about the money. and it's a little bit of hacking from russia. but the real problem is fake news, and one of the most notorious fake news creators on my show. he was the one that wrote the ads, the pieces with hillary clinton about ohio. he's a democrat. he was a democrat hurting a democratic candidate. steve: it just clicks. ainsley: how do you fight google? how do you fight all of these big advertisers? >> well, first of all, you get the ftc on your side. when the federal trade commission said there's a $175 million settlement, somebody busted in their offices in san diego and you see these guys are con artists at every level. well, when the ftc, god bless them for doing this, you take down one of the most notorious ones, other people might watch now and pay attention. but the bigger story is we have to force the major companies that serve these ads, the google and facebooks of the world to disclose who
these people are. i should at least be able to defend myself. >>: so what happened? >> these guys were bad apples. i went after them for a couple of weeks after the embarrassment because, you know, i -- by the barrel, so i could make a lot of noise. but after a couple months, they came back like whack-a-mole. so the ftc said you can never advertise again in the way you've done it. $175million settlement. ainsley: who gets the money? you? >> i don't want the money. the government gets it. a lot of people whose opinion seems to matter are the ones who are targeted. and we have a break down in the law and order. and the purpose for the op-ed piece to about applaud the ftc but also to get these major companies who their sources are. and if we don't shut down the money trickling into fake news and fake advertising, we're not going to stop the process. steve: so if you're saying some congressional lawmaker is watching right now, this would be a good thing to neuron a
law. >> it would be a very wise move to make, and we're going to have to do it at some point. let's do it early enough that we stop the pro version in the system. we have to clean the neighborhood up. i'm surprised that companies haven't done this themselves. brian: especially dr. oz. celebrity is one thing, but you're a doctor, so they feel as though you've cleared it. >> and the products they're buying are not are not only fake but dangerous at times. steve: no standards. >> obviously, they're going to lie name and involved, they're going to lie about what they put in there. and they just charge it and charge it and charge it. and this is an example i think of how the law has been used wrongly. we've protected these large companies for 20 years treating internet companies like they're fax machines. not responsible for the content on them. we have to change that and there is no excuse in america anymore, and i would rather happen to a private solution because i don't think the government is very good at making these rules but at some point, there's enough pressure put on for answers. brian: thanks for getting up
early and telling everyone. your show doesn't start until a little while longer; right? >> i have sharon tate's sister on today. charles manson. steve: murdered by manson. >> his princes, the person who did the murder because he never killed anybody. they're up for parole. she will be released in california unless the governor gets involved and sharon tate's family is reallily really worked up about it. steve: it's because in california, they release people of certain age because that's the humane to do. >> and they don't want to pay for the medical bills. they change the way americans thought about their homes. 1969 we went from a country that felt like we were safe in their homes to almost overnight drugs and hippies and senseless murders. wait until you hear what sharon tate's murder has to say. brian: thank you. 29 minutes after the hour. ainsley: still ahead, president obama promising he's going to make deals to revise
the economy on the campaign trail and now he's delivering on those. governor jim justice has 80 billion reasons to be happy this morning. he's going to be joining us live coming up. brian: and reaching new heights of bizarrity. >> if somebody does something important, you say thank you. >> somebody did something important. say thank you. >> okay. i will say thank you if he would have put him on his plane and took him home. brian: it got worse. if mark steynly just speak his mind. steve: hello, mark ♪ what i want ♪ but it might be hard to handle ♪ ♪ like the flame that burns the candle ♪ ♪ the candle feeds the flame ♪ topped steak & twisted potatoes at applebee's. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood.
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brian: canadian author and columnist mark steyn joins us right now. we're talking about how he's celebrating thanksgiving on thursday. brian: well, number one, you're filling in for tucker tonight. at 8:00. >> yeah. that's right. 8:00 filling in for tucker. and i'm going to insists on a cornucopia as good as that. i dig that cornucopia. steve: that goat horn. >> that's why they call it a cornucopia. because this is the goat horn. >> it's corn of plenty. i'm going to do the whole of tucker tonight in latin. ratings blockbuster. brian: they used to do catholic masses in latin. >> yeah. my poor old mom never felt the same when they changed it. brian: does anyone know latin? does your mom know latin? >> she raised me in latin. it's english i have a problem with. brian: fantastic. ainsley: we want to talk to you about some news of the
day. you've got this judge in california, northern california, liberal judge giving lots of money to democrats, including president obama. he has blocked the president. president trump's executive order to -- that was going to prevent sanctuary cities from getting some federal funding. >> yeah. and i'm -- i think this is ridiculous, and i don't really understand why americans put up with it. the idea that every little district court judge is a legislature. and i get sued more than i would like, so i find myself appearing before judges more than i would like. steve: what do you get sued for? >> oh, you know, this and that, climate change and all kinds of things. and i don't generally have a high regard for the quality of judges. and the idea that every judge is a one-man legislature is absolutely repugnant to the principles of self government. and it's nothing to do with constitutional principles. we now have judges who basically strike down highly
specific pieces of legislation just because they're politically -- brian: by the way, this is to make illegal people not have a place to go snuck in here illegal. this is no big leap to stretch the law. this is a black-and-white issue. >> yeah. and i may say someone who is a legal immigrant, boy, i would never make that mistake again to this country. if you're a legal immigrant, you're obliged to have your green card on you at all times. it doesn't matter if you're flying new york for a big time morning tv show or if you're strolling in your backyard, you can be pulled over and it's for your children. your children in theory, in law are meant to have their green cards with you when they go to kindergarten or 1st grade. and so this difference between one group of people who get to treat the laws with impunity and the others who are microregulated is not tangible in a free society. steve: well, i tell you what. it does not sound as if the
people who killed one border patrol agent over the weekend and seriously injured another were in this country illegally. because what we've heard so far is that yes? officer martinez. he was killed. he was a father, he was a brother. apparently he died of blunt force trauma. apparently they were tracking some trail with footprints and somebody apparently ambushed him, and they feel they took a great big rock and broke the guy's head. >> and this is actually -- this is a terrible tragedy. but it is also why we need the wall. we're often told you can do it with sensors. these guys, they went to investigate. they couldn't secure the crime scene. these guys got away. the fellas who did this. we may never catch them. and the reality is that you actually do need to -- the -- if you go south of, say, tucson, arizona. there are signs on the highway saying proceed further at your own peril. in other words, the united states government, the most
powerful government on the planet does not run on its own territory. ainsley: don't you feel like the liberals are saying you hear when all of these democrats are running for office, they're saying this president or republicans want to separate families. no, it is about getting the criminals out. kate steinle's guy was deported five times. this other mom who was hit by a drunk driver was deported 15 times. >> right. but it's the stupid mentallization. obviously, immigrants are like any body of people. they include all kinds of characters. but, again, it's the difference between people who get to break the law and people who are micromanaged on the southern border you can watch in, you can kill u.s. government officials, you can run drugs, you can terrorize people. on the northern border, if you're a bagpiper in montreal who wants to play in a bagpipe competition in new hampshire or vermont, the u.s. department of agriculture will
sees your bagpipe at the border. so a bagpiper to everyone south of the rio grande, we would have no problems with drugs, terrorism, anything. bagpipes, they can get. brian: it's hard to imagine bagpipes really catching on in central and south america, but that's just me. >> have you never heard of bagpipe mariachi band? brian: i had it on my turntables, but my turntables don't work anymore. i need a new needle. another controversy, the president has brought into the sports world. this is one of the most bizarre people you will ever meet. did a great job raising his three kids. the president did not get a thank you from him, and he tweeted out maybe i should have just left the kids there. so hopped on television to try to explain why he wasn't thanking the president for getting his son out of china after he shop lidded. try to make sense of this. >> how do you know i wasn't involved before i even knew that?
he didn't even know he was over there like that. okay? what was the reason for him going over there in the first place? >> what are you trying to say? >> it wasn't like he was in the u.s. to say. okay. there's three kids in china. i need to go over there and get them. that wasn't the thought process. >> all right. right. >> what we're talking about right now is a lot of stuff about my son just because his last name is ball. we're not even talking about the other two kids. i don't have no doubts of what he did. i have doubts of what he didn't do. how about that? i would say thank you if he would have put him on his plane. i would have said thank you, mr. trump for taking my boy out of china and back to the u.s. there's a lot of room on that plane. i would have said thank you for that. brian: the problem was the president wasn't going straight home. >> so why didn't he take three shoplifters on a tour to asia with him? the first thing they tell you when they give you a passport is that you're subject to the
law of that jurisdiction. when you're a bagpiper, and they take you to gitmo, then tough. and the idea that this -- these three petty criminals which in china, that can ruin your life. steve: ten years. >> yeah. and the idea that somehow didn't -- should have had -- he should have taken them on air force one and should have been riding up front with -- brian: i actually think it might have been an act, it was so bizarre. >> well, it might be twitter trolling. but the thing is, brian, and i know this kind of gets close to your turf. it comes at a time when professional sports is not held in highest e-mail by th by the american people. these guys who are handsome no longer seem to represent the sporting virtues. and that is a good example of it. steve: you know what? his son, though, did apologize to the president of the united states and thanked him as
well. brian: by the way, this guy wedging brown, he had a bar fight in china, he's been in jail for 13 months, he can't even get a day in court. that could have easily happened to these kids. >> no. no. they're serious about that stuff there. you do something you can do in a sanctuary city or whatever, and it doesn't matter. you do it elsewhere on the planet, your life's wrecked. ainsley: isn't this guy really controversial, though? >> yeah. ainsley: wasn't ncaa all over him because they were selling tennis shoes for, like, $700? he made a mistake. he apologized. the president said have a great life, and then the dad does this. >> yeah. they are in the end shoplifters. they are shoplifters. brian: they made a mistake. my hope is the president doesn't go back. i want him to go away. please. please, mr. president don't tweet back. i don't want to talk about this tomorrow. steve: the president is going to tweet when the president wants to tweet. brian: i'm getting that idea. steve: just get used to it,
brian. >> you're influential, but you're not that influential. brian: anything else? >> you can't shut off his twitter feed. you can do everything else. but he's scoffing at you for that, brian. ainsley: he's going to say i'm going to listen to brian kilmeade. >> don't don't raise expectations of superpowers you don't have. ainsley: you can't tell the president what to do. brian: i don't want to talk about it tomorrow. steve: mark steyn is going to be watching you with your bagpipe tonight. >> and cornucopia. bagpipes and cornucopia. brian: take that, laura ingram. try to match that. still ahead, donald trump would make deals to revive the economy on the campaign trail. now he's delivering via china. republican jim justice 80 billion reasons to smile. steve: plus, todd is having breakfast with friends in topeka, kansas. we're going to check in with him.
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steve: remember this campaign promise from then candidate donald trump? >> we're going to make unbelievable trade deals that bring jobs and money and economics back to our country. [applause] brian: all right. here's the key campaign promise like that to help president trump win the state of west virginia. ainsley: and now he's following through on those promises denouncing a game-changing deal with china worth 80 billion with a b, $80 billion to create energy products in the state of west virginia. steve: well, west virginia's governor jim justice joins us right now live from charleston. governor, tell us about the project and when you find out about it. >> well, we've been working on it for a good little while. it's been months in the process and everything. but no question whatsoever
president trump has kept another one of his campaign promises and that to some way straighten up this terrible trade imbalance, and it just so happens that west virginia bounds the natural resources and natural gas is really important for china for the chemicals standpoint. low and behold, we've got some real wonderful things going on today in west virginia and through our commerce department and through the president and a lot of different channels and everything, we've got some real hope of unbelievable growth within the state of west virginia. brian: so it's $84 billion. it's china energy that's going to do it. are they going to hire west virginiaians to work? >> absolutely. absolutely. you know, they'll be investing dollars here -- and that's what, you know, the president said all long, you know?
create a better balance of trade, and they'll be investing dollars here, building structures, building manufacturing, building crackers, and all of the things that tieback to natural gas and to tieback into the petrochemistry and everything. so we're really excited. i could tease and say we were really hoping for 100 billion. but in all honesty, $84 billion within the state of west virginia is more money than any of us can think about and more job opportunity for great west virginiaians. ainsley: is this what you hoped for in west virginia when you left the democratic party and became a republican? ainsley: well, ainsley, listen, in all honestly when i came to the party just like president trump in a lot of different ways, we had a 500 million-dollar hole in the bucket, and nowhere really to turn. we really revamped education, we passed a referendum, a $3 billion bond within our
state to do infrastructure projects. and we got a lot of, a lot of interest. a lot of different things going on for people that are coming to west virginia. and now the china deal, which will set us really on fire. but, you know, west virginia's economy grew in the first quarter of the second highest growth of any state. and the bottom line is just this: we've got great people. we've got great seasons, we're within a rock's throw of two-thirds of the population of the country, and we have natural resources just beyond belief. this place has always been the hidden jewel, but we just didn't have the job component to be able to really drive everything here. so this will do it. west virginia is a wonderful place. we want everybody to come. steve: well, there he is making his pitch for other businesses to relocate in west virginia. governor jim justice, thank you so much. ainsley: thanks, governor. steve: coming up on this tuesday, todd is having breakfast with friends in topeka, kansas.
>> good morning, everybody, i'm bill hemmer. a sanctuary city frozen by a judge. how did these border agents die? we'll investigate that too. also, putin and the president talked today and as congress worked to protect its own in the face of sexual allegations. and guess who is paying for the settlements? sandra and i will see you six minutes away top of the hour here in america's newsroom. steve: all right. it's time to go out to topeka, kansas. ainsley: where todd is having breakfast with friends. what's the name of the restaurant? >> we have a lot to get to. we are going to place six degrees of steve ducey in a moment but first, the reason we're here is tax reform. we begin with ten retired
navy -- thank you for your service, sir. you voted for president trump. you want tax reform, but you don't think it's going to happen. >> no. >> why? >> i don't believe the infamous six and the gop senators are going to play with the president. >> and you say you are tired of subsidizing high tax states. why is that? >> states like california, new york, new jersey, they're not paying their fair share. >> well, keith would disagree with you. >> keith is a vietnam air force veteran. thank you for your service, sir. a trump supporter. also a kansas native, but you say middle class tax cuts should be for all middle class, even the high tax states. why? >> well, i think it has to be fair. our experiment that governor brown had here back in kansas, it didn't work because he carved out a special group, and he should have applied it to the entire middle class instead of just the small group. and if the federal -- if the feds are going to do this, they've got to do it across the country for everybody, especially the large middle
class. >> pete, thank you for your time. now we get to melinda. i need to look at the card for this. clay center community high school tigers class 70 to '72. you know mr. ducey. >> well, i don't know him personally. >> right. but you know of his legend in high school. >> oh, yes. i went to school with your grandma. steve: look at that hair. i think you were a senior the year i was a freshman. that's awesome. and there i am a jr. >> look at that. >> oh, look at mr. ducey. steve: a lot of hair. taking me down memory lane. >> they love you here. >> hi, ainsley, hi, brian. steve: so long, kansas. ainsley: more fox and friends right after the break we're on a mission to show drip coffee drinkers, it's time to wake up to keurig.
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